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Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 22

  • YSHS student arrested in false threat

    A 15-year-old Yellow Springs High School student was arrested Thursday, Aug. 29, after police were alerted to an alleged bomb threat made against YSHS on social media earlier in the day.

  • Pallotta seeks Council seat

    Dean “Dino” Pallotta knows it’s probably a long shot he’ll be elected to Village Council as a write-in candidate.

  • Back in the swing of things

    Yellow Springs Soccer, Inc.’s Recreational Youth Soccer kicked off on Saturday, Aug. 17.

  • Village Council race— Incumbents run on successes

    Last week, the News profiled challengers Curliss and Johnson. This week, we cover Kreeger and MacQueen, the incumbents.

  • Village Council— Solar compromise sought

    Village Council is close to changing how local solar producers are compensated for the excess power they send to the grid.

  • EDITORIAL — Contemplating farm to table

    The college’s first crew of four-legged lawnmowers in 2015, shown with Farm Manager Kat Christen and then-student and Farm Assistant Alli King. (YS News file photo)

    When good faith efforts to nudge our neighbors turns into relentless haranguing — or even harassing — it’s time to back off, take a breath, and re-assess. This is the case with regards to the latest challenge to the Antioch farm: a months-long campaign to not kill for food the lambs currently grazing under the solar panels.

  • New candidates, new ideas

    Laura Curliss and Jim Johnson are hoping to be elected to their first terms on Village Council.

  • Four in Village Council race

    Four candidates are running for three seats on Village Council this November.

  • Five bid for council seats

    Laura Curliss, James M. Johnson, Lisa Kreeger, Marianne MacQueen and Christine Monroe-Beard filed petitions for Village Council with the election board by the Aug. 7 deadline.

  • Book Fair returns Saturday, Aug. 17

    The 39th annual Yellow Springs Book Fair will be held Saturday, Aug. 17, 8 a.m.–4 p.m., on the grounds of Mills Lawn.

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